Queen of Memphis Karaoke - Confederate Railroad

This title is a cover of Queen of Memphis as made famous by Confederate Railroad

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MP4
WMV
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About

With backing vocals (with or without vocals in the KFN version)

Tempo: variable (around 152 BPM)

In the same key as the original: G

Duration: 03:20 - Preview at: 01:48

Release date: 1992
Genres: Country, In English
Original songwriters: Kathy Louvin, Dave Gibson

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

Lyrics Queen of Memphis

I hitch hiked up to Memphis a young boy in my prime
I thought that big old city could ease my Georgia mind
After just one hour
I met this southern girl
She said they call me the Queen of Memphis
Then she took me around the world
And I saw stars dancing on the water
I heard Elvis singing blue suede shoes
That old muddy river was my witness
The night I fell in love with the Queen of Memphis
I woke up the next morning a prisoner of her charms
She showed me things
I'd never seen
Back here on that farm
She set my soul on fire she completed all my dreams
A boy became a man that night in the arms of the Memphis Queen
And I saw stars dancing on the water
I heard Elvis singing blue suede shoes
That old muddy river was my witness
The night I fell in love with the Queen of Memphis
Just like that old man river she keeps rolling through my mind
And you know I won't forget her 'cos she was one of a kind
And I saw stars dancing on the water
I heard Elvis singing blue suede shoes
That old muddy river was my witness
The night I fell in love with the Queen of Memphis
I am still in love with the Queen of Memphis

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